Figure Technologies announced on May 9 that it had secured a $1 billion line of credit on the Provenance.io blockchain.
Orchid Labs has had quite a successful year, raising $43 million from accredited investors since the year started, and hopes to raise $125 million in total.
The Australian Securities Exchange has now pushed forward with their blockchain solution, and called it the Customer Development Environment.
Alibaba has made a big investment in privacy focused blockchain startup QEDIT in an effort to better safeguard their data.
The Kuala Lumpur-based stock exchange is reportedly interested in a blockchain-powered platform involving the securities borrowing and lending market.
Beginning 2019, graduates from 18 educational institutes in Singapore will receive blockchain-verified certificates.
The U.S. agency reportedly wants a track-and-trace technology for wireless spectrums that is “open-source, distributed and secure.” In short, blockchain technology.
SETL has somehow scraped back from bankruptcy to be a new company, with a second chance at making a difference.
Waterdrop, which hopes uses blockchain technology to allow users to crowdfund for healthcare, has recently hit the unicorn mark.
The London Stock Exchange is looking into blockchain use cases that could increase transparency for financial markets.